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Guest David Bego
David and I will be discussing Supreme Courts rullings on Burwell v Hobby Lobby The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby that for-profit employers with religious objections can opt out of providing contraception coverage under Obamacare and
Harris v Quinn-Court ruled that unions could only extract fees to cover costs of collective bargaining from fully-fledged state employees
President/CEO of Executive Management Services
• Employee Advocate Against SEIU
November 12th day before the Supreme Court hears a case where my first book was introduced as evidence? “The Devil at My Doorstep” Introduced to the Supreme Court
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Arizona Governor Brewer endorses Randy Pullen for State Treasurer says: He is the only man for the job.
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Republican address, Rep. Tom Rooney (R-FL) shares stories from seniors in his district who, because of the new health care law, have already lost access to the doctors and plans they like – something the president repeatedly promised would not happen. With this law continuing to wipe out options for seniors, Rooney joins House Republican leaders in urging the president to address these problems before it is too late. - See more at: http://www.speaker.gov/video/weekly-republican-address-calling-president-obama-keep-his-promise-america-s-seniors#sthash.kGZ6dAEg.dpuf
Calling on President Obama to Keep His Promise to America’s Seniors - See more at: http://www.speaker.gov/video/weekly-republican-address-calling-president-obama-keep-his-promise-america-s-seniors#sthash.kGZ6dAEg.dpuf
Guest: Effie carlson Candidate for AZ House LD23
Effie was born in Scottsdale, in the heart Legislative District 23. Coming from a large family that encouraged individual thought and self-expression, she had no choice but to become a problem solver. Home-schooled until college, Effie graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in psychology.
Working to put herself through college, Effie learned the ins and outs of a small business, the effects of government regulations, and the benefits of a job well done. After graduating from college, she went to work for a behavioral health organization. Recognizing the organization’s priority should be patient care not paperwork, she developed a system to reduce administrative requirements by clinical staff allowing more time to be devoted to patients. In addition to raising her family and running a successful business Effie has served as secretary to the Church Council of Holy Cross Lutheran Church, is the current Committee Chair for Cub Scout Pack 441 at Kiva Elementary School, and is the Fundraising Committee Chair for Kiva PTO. She sings as first soprano of Full Circle Women’s Choir, and also chairs the fundraising committee, allowing them to perform for non-profit groups such as Sojourner Center. Effie is also a website designer, providing pro-bono work for non-profits such as Glendale Stand-Up for Veterans Event 2013 and her church.
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Guest: Bruce Ash-Free Speech
Arizona’s Four-Term National Republican Committeeman,
Bruce Ash native Arizonan was born in Tucson, Arizona. He graduated from the University of Arizona receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Real Estate and Finance.
Throughout his professional career Bruce Ash has served on a local, national and international level in various health philanthropic and care organizations and brings his vast experience in business and fund raising efforts to Republican political activism in Arizona. Mr. Ash was selected as Arizona’s Republican Committeeman in 2007 and was re-elected to a four year term in May 2008. He is a member of the RNC Standing Committee on Resolutions (2009- Present) and Standing Committee on Rules (2009 – Present). In 2010 Mr. Ash was elected Chairman of the Standing Committee on Rules (2010 – 2012).Also available in iTunes
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